Throw in some good drugs and booze and I think it would be a hell of a time.
Apparently likes to run around saying it's about "being yourself", while being in a group of (apparently millions) who are just like them. very profane and disturbing, lacking in any kind of depth, and the following of this borders on being a cult, but at least they're loyal, dedicated, and believe in what they're a part of.
I know juggalos are the lowest rung of society and often disgustingly so, but would you bang the girl on the left? Have all your teeth and a job you're suddenly the alpha among the crowd. The problem, I would suspect, is finding the attractive ones among the sea of meth-addled faces and bloated bodies. Also, you need to have eye bleach and one of those bags they have on airplanes to hold vomit. Why did I look under the blanket at the scene of the motorcycle accident as I drove by when the cop was adjusting it? I was going to come into this thread to talk about how I would wash those girls' face with a washcloth and proceed to smash both of them. Someone needs to find a cure for NPD and attention whoring or we need to nuke it from orbit to be sure. So much ridiculousness and hilarity rolled up into clown faces.
I'm half expecting someone to come forward with a Juggalo Game thread soon. Pic 11 right center could feed quite a few younguns though. But then I realized that I chimed in on a lot of threads with a 'yea I'd hit that' and then offered little more of substance than that. I will say without reservation that I've been to a ton of ICP concerts and they're almost always the most fun you can possibly have at a concert. Clark has a knack for writing hooks and so the songs are generally pretty boppy and fun even if you don't listen to their music much. Also, you need to have eye bleach and one of those bags they have on airplanes to hold vomit. Why did I look under the blanket at the scene of the motorcycle accident as I drove by when the cop was adjusting it? Throw in some good drugs and booze and I think it would be a hell of a time.
" Insane Clown Posse hired renowned Detroit record producer and DJ Mike E. Clark made the album sound more rock-oriented, as opposed to the duo's earlier material, which featured a more prominent hip-hop sound.
From deep within the Nethervoids of shadow walkers comes yet another exhibit of the Dark Carnival.